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It's a good question - normally I'd say it would be too heavy for me - but I've been exploring taking some off road training with these guys (no personal experience, nor connection but they seem competent and reliable) - anyone else gone this type of route - I love the thought of riding forest trails...
 

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With no experience on dirt at all I do plan on taking it on gravel roads and some other very light trails but just looking at it I don't think it would be suited like a true dirt bike or adventure one just my very limited experience with these perhaps others could chime in.
 

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Definitely intend to tackle several mountain passes with mine. I ride dirt a bit more than I ride street, so I'm looking forward to taking this bike straight from the garage up to the mountains and back.
 

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Planning to do the COBDR or CTD on mine (UE) but as others have said, not on the stock tires. There's a TKC80 "rear tire" that will spoon right onto the 18" front.
I did much of the COBDR on my 1200GS last year, and this is 100lbs lighter, and the final drive ratio can be easily changed..
 
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Planning to do the COBDR or CTD on mine (UE) but as others have said, not on the stock tires. There's a TKC80 "rear tire" that will spoon right onto the 18" front.
I did much of the COBDR on my 1200GS last year, and this is 100lbs lighter, and the final drive ratio can be easily changed..


Let me know when you want to run the COBDR. I'll join if I'm free!
 

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but as others have said, not on the stock tires. There's a TKC80 "rear tire" that will spoon right onto the 18" front.
I've planned to re-do "eroica" track in Tuscany, and "via del sale" (salt road) on French/Italian Alpes, this is an alpine unpaved rocky roads and passes web used during WWI to smuggle salt
 
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